The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 7 (November 1, 1929)
Lives of others oft remind us
We should neither plan not plot
Furtively to make our infants
Into something that they're not.page 28
Having vocalised on vocations it is only “meat and right” (as the butcher remarked) that we should put the points over to Vacations, for the holiday spirit is already manifesting itself in summer suitings and semi-detached frocks, and soon the sleepers will awake to the song of old King Coal and his army of fiddlers.